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"The Crisis Care Concordat sets clear expectations around the standard of crisis care people should be able to expect and it is a huge step forward that every local area has signed their commitment.
(2) Coppa, Frank J., Mussolini and the Concordat of 1929, in Coppa, F.
Under the concordat, the Government will demand that anyone in a mental health crisis is assessed within 30 minutes.
Led by the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Concordat is a voluntary commitment by professional engineering institutions to take action to attract, recruit and retain people from increasingly diverse backgrounds into professional membership and registration.
Professor Dame Wendy Hall, chair of the Engineering Diversity Concordat said: "The ultimate goal of the concordat is to ensure our profession and its institutions continue to thrive both now and in the future.
The concordat with Germany was signed by Pope Pius XI.
Another gain of the concordat for which the minister Talleyrand fought was that all churches and chapels that had been closed by the state, went again to the French clergy service.
Being not possible to deepen these issues here, I would focus my thoughts to the Twentieth Century and the beginning of our Century to highlight a particular trend: the purification of the concordat from <<exchange of privileges>> to <<pact of liberty>>.
Moreover, he writes that the concordat was Hitler's first agreement under international law.
Provisions of the concordat -known as the Lateran Treaty - were incorporated into the 1947 constitution.
The Concordat signed in 1927 was and still is a fundamental document regulating the diplomatic relations and the religious matters between the Holy See and Romania.
My position on this subject is a matter of public record, as is that of the National Gamekeepers' Organisation, which is a signatory to a concordat with the RSPB to stamp out the illegal killing of birds of prey.